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3 Ways to Simplify, Streamline, and Empower Your Lesson Design #EdTech #Education

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https://www.techlearning.com/tl-advisor-blog/3-ways-to-simplify-streamline-and-empower-your-lesson-design

I am going to focus on my favorite from this list, which is Leverage a Google Slide Template to Collect Student Work.

I really like the idea of students creating a digital portfolio through Google Sites. This allows students to have a somewhat permanent record of what they accomplished in class. Many times at the end of the school year, I witnessed all I had taught them, quite literally get thrown in the garbage/recycling. This allows students access to their work after the fact as well as provides a snapshot of what was learned at the end of the year.

See Example: 
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1hfI8keDduTECDu6_uQ8VHLH3aNYCQNk8iJcZRvliWcI/edit?usp=sharing


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